Garth Walker

Today we chat to South African design legend and founder of iJusi, Garth Walker. We get his opinions on creating an African design language, big agencies vs small, personal vs corporate and the future of design.   DIY: You are considered one of the pioneers of developing a design language in Africa with the i-Jusi publication first being published in 1995 as the only experimental graphics magazine. Do you think this is a fair assessment? How... Read More

The Coffee Mag

Coffee lovers can rejoice as there is a new print and online publication aimed directly at the caffeine fiends. Mel Winter and Iain Evans have teamed up to bring you TheCoffeeMag, a Durban based publication about coffee and coffee culture in South Africa. We chat to Mel and Iain about coffee, publishing and the future of both. DIY: Who is involved with TheCoffeeMag? What are each of their roles in the publication and its online endeavour? Mel: Currently... Read More

ST(E)AK

Today we chat to ST(E)AK, ex-editor of Session Magazine, designer, skater, metal-head and spinner of some pretty cool tracks when he gets behind the decks. We chat to him about the decline of print media, how Bipolar affects his art and his contribution to the Parlotone’s career.   DIY: Stefan Naude, ST(E)AK, Rick De La Ray? Who’s who and which one do you think really describes you? Has/does each name serve a specific purpose or... Read More